ROSE WINS FORT WORTH INVITATIONAL; KOEPKA A “BRIDESMAID” AGAIN.

Justin Rose and Brooks Koepka. Justin Rose shot a 6-under par 64 Sunday on his way to carding a 20-under par 260 for the tournament, good enough to win the Fort Worth Invitational. It might be difficult to feel sorry for Brooks Koepka.  After all, the former U.S. Open Champion finished just three strokes back […]

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McIlroy Captures his first Win Since 2016 at Arnold Palmer Invitational.

Rory McIlroy remembers the moment well.  He was about to address the media after what was surely a highlight of his career. Moments before, he had won the 2016 Tournament Championship and, with it, the FedEx Cup. Then, a PGA Tour Official leaned in and delivered the shocking news: Arnold Palmer had just died. Ironically, […]

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TIGER PLAYS LIKE OLD SELF, IS RUNNER-UP TO BRIT PAUL CASEY AT VALSPAR

Paul Casey Tiger Woods Golf fans can be forgiven if they feel like the results on the PGA Tour in the last three weeks have them feeling like they are in a Time Warp. Two weeks ago in Mexico Phil Mickelson, who was more prone in the last two seasons to finish anywhere from 14th […]

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THOMAS GETS HIS SECOND WIN OF YEAR AT HONDA CLASSIC…..IN A PLAYOFF, OF COURSE.

  Justin Thomas and Luke List. Justin Thomas doesn’t like drama on Sunday. That may be hard to believe considering that Thomas is the reigning PGA Player of the Year and the FedEx Cup Champion. At the Honda Classic, Thomas showed his distaste for Sunday dramatics in a myriad of ways, as much as it […]

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The “Year of The Playoff” continues at the Waste Management Open.

Gary Woodland and Chez Reavie. Gary Woodland had a number of reasons to get emotional as darkness fell on the TPC Scottsdale this past Sunday evening. First, he was the latest PGA Tour Pro to have to endure a playoff before earning a win. Woodland shot a 18-under par 266, only to have Chez Reavie […]

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